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Welcome to the Djanogly Community Orchestra, Nottingham



The Djanogly Community Orchestra is a friendly amateur orchestra based in Nottingham for over 20 years. We rehearse throughout the year on Monday evenings; and usually produce three concerts per year. Our music is varied including pieces for full orchestra (often from the romantic period); some for a reduced orchestra (e.g. strings-and-woodwind); works involving a local choir, or concertos (often using a local young musician) - which provides inspiration to all of us.

As a large amateur orchestra we often have vacancies. Some are permanent due to turnover as members pursue their careers, some are for a specific piece requiring extra instruments, or sometimes to cover short term 'gaps' when a regular member is temporarily unavailable. We can always use more Strings. We would welcome expressions of interest from anyone, so if you are interested in finding out more, check out "Vacancies"

Our name derives from the Djanogly City Academy - which kindly provides us rehearsal facilities and support. We would like to express our thanks to the Academy and to Sir Harry Djanogly for these.

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Next Concert

Our next concert will be on Saturday 25th Nov 2017, at St John's Church, Beeston.
The programme includes - Overture to The Italian Girl in Algiers by Rossini,
Selected movements from Bizet's two Carmen Suites, and Dvořák's Symphony No 6.
More details to follow soon.